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  • 1. keyboard shortcuts for windows 8 ightysupport.com
  • 2. Among the big common myths about Windows 8 is that its new shell, as most certainly seen in the new Start screen, is somehow touch-centric. It's not, and as Microsoft has used (largely unsuccessfully), this new shell performs equally well with the mouse and keyboard, and also with a Tablet PC-style stylus, or pen. No matter of your stance on this UI, at least know this: Microsoft understands that the number one selling form aspect for the Windows 8 generation of PCs will certainly be standard laptop-style portable computers. And because of this, it's engineering the program to work nicely on such hardware. And laptops, as you know, come with keyboards (and mouse-like pointing equipment).
  • 3. It's a bit beginning to fear about whether anyone can be truly effective on a PC operating the Windows 8 Developer Preview. After all, this is an imperfect, cart, and not reliable beginning look at the OS targeted at designers only and should thus be used completely on additional devices, or in a VM. But it's not too beginning to determine the new (and still useful) key pad strategies in Windows 8. And in this first in a sequence of content about these strategies, I'll analyze a new type of keyboard shortcuts that include the Windows key, since this key is getting new significance in this launch. With the knowing that these strategies could modify or be enhanced eventually, here's what I've discovered so far.
  • 4. The following Windows key shortcuts perform in the new Windows shell/Start screen • WINKEY - Toggles between Start screen and the primarily running app (Metro- style) or the Windows Desktop. • WINKEY + 1, WINKEY + 2, etc. - Move to the (classic) Windows desktop and release the nth shortcut in the Windows taskbar. So WINKEY + 1 would release whichever program is first in the list, from left to right. • WINKEY + B - Move to the (classic) Windows desktop and choose the tray notification area. • WINKEY + C- Display Charms and time/date/notification overlay. (Remember that this shortcut shows the appeal in the lower left of the screen and not on the suitable as would be the case using touch.) • WINKEY + D - Move to the (classic) Windows desktop computer and toggle Show Desktop (hides/shows any programs and other windows).
  • 5. • WINKEY + I - Show Settings pane for the Begin screen (also offers access to Networks, Volume, Screen Lighting, Notices, Power, and Language). • WINKEY + L - Lock Computer and come back to Lock screen. • WINKEY + M - Decrease the chosen Explorer window. • WINKEY + P - Show the new Task (for "projection") pane for selecting between accessible displays. • WINKEY + X - Switch to the (classic) Windows desktop and show the Windows Mobility Center app. • WINKEY + Z - Show the Application Bar in a Metro-style app.
  • 6. Summary: No matter of your stance on this UI, at least know this: Microsoft understands that the number one selling form aspect for the Windows 8 generation of PCs will certainly be standard laptop-style portable computers.
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